Donald J. Patterson

Contextual Computer Support for Human Activity

Contextual Computer Support for Human Activity

The modern knowledge worker has become very adept at working with desktop computers through familiar user interface devices such as keyboards, mice and screens. This interaction has relied on human adaptation for people to enter into the digital world by learning to type, double-click, etc. This paradigm has been sufficient to assist people in an enormous number of tasks, but at the same time has limited the breadth of tasks in which a computer can assist.( permanent, local copy )

Published in AAAI Spring Symposium 2004

C.V.: CR-03

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